ResearchMatch Now Available in Spanish!


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ResearchMatch Now Available in Spanish!

ResearchMatch (RM) is the national online recruitment tool that matches people interested in research with investigators throughout the U.S. ResearchMatch has just launched a Spanish version of the website inviting Spanish speakers to sign-up in Spanish, while Researchers from Stony brook University are now able to connect with and recruit Spanish-speaking volunteers for their studies.

RM is a not-for-profit activity and is funded through the NIH’s CTSA program. With more than 131,000 registered volunteers and over 6,100 investigators at 154 participating institutions, ResearchMatch hopes to increase the pool of Spanish-speaking volunteers and to increase the recruitment of underrepresented groups in research.

Are you a Stony Brook University Researcher interested in learning more about ResearchMatch? Register now or attend an online training!

If a Researcher would like to use ResearchMatch for recruitment, simply follow the easy step by step template available in the forms and templates library in IRBNet.

Every initial submission to the IRB should include for approval:

  1. The use of ResearchMatch as a recruitment strategy*
  2. Your ResearchMatch contact message**
  3. Your REDCap prescreening (eligibility) survey - if desired

* If not included on an initial submission, ResearchMatch should be added as a recruitment strategy in an amendment submission.

**Your RM contact message cannot contain study team contact information or survey links and must be less than 2,000 characters.

Already registered with ResearchMatch and wanting to recruit Spanish-speaking volunteers? Submit any Spanish contact messages to your IRB for approval (including any other participant-facing materials, such as consent forms) and ensure you are prepared for inquiries from Spanish-speaking volunteers.

Share ResearchMatch with people you know that are interested in finding out about research studies, and help us grow the number of volunteers in the Long Island area!

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